Elizabeth Bruch promoted to Associate Professor

May 31, 2016

Elizabeth Bruch, currently an Assistant Professor in Sociology and Complex Systems, will officially become an Associate Professor in September 2017. Bruch’s work covers a range of population phenomena in which the actions of individuals and other units (e.g., families, couples neighborhoods) are dynamically interdependent. Most of her work blends statistical and agent-based methods. She is currently working on issues related to mate preferences and marriage market dynamics; income inequality and income segregation; modeling of residential choice; and the role of scale (population and group size) in social dynamics.